Biz Markie brought a relatably human quality to his records that was amusing and endearing.
Paul Schrader’s 1978 crime and social drama about workers in a Michigan auto plant still resonates under contemporary conditions.
Zhang’s highly-fictionalised spy story is one of many movies screening this year to coincide with the centenary of the Chinese Communist Party and its attempts to bolster the regime’s public image.
Britain’s first nuclear weapon was assembled close to the site in 1952, and then shipped to Australia for testing. Gabriella Hirst wanted to invite reflection on the impact of 12 British nuclear tests on indigenous lands.